Surrey youngsters Tom Jewell, Freddie van den Bergh and Jack Winslade have signed new contracts, keeping them at the Kia Oval until 2014.
All-rounder Jewell, 22, is on a full contract while left-arm spinner van den Bergh, 21, will continue his studies at Durham University and play for Surrey under a summer contract.
A summer contract has also been awarded to all-rounder Winslade, whose graduation from Surrey’s academy means there are now 13 players on the Surrey staff of 22 who have worked their way through the club’s youth system.
Surrey’s acting cricket director Alec Stewart said: “Winslade has been offered his first professional contract on the potential he has shown while representing the second XI and England U19s. He now has the opportunity to develop his all-round game through hard work and good disciplines under the guidance of the coaching staff.
“Jewell has earned a new contract and will want to be pushing for regular inclusion in all forms of first-team cricket next season.
“Van den Bergh will again be joining the staff after his studies at Durham University have finished and, like Winslade, will be working hard to improve on all facets of his game.”